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Navigating the New Normal: Remote Work Challenges
There is no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic triggered a significant surge in remote work nationwide, allowing more and more employees to work from their homes or some other location locally or in a completely different state from the employer’s brick and mortar location. This has created significant employment hurdles for employers because remote employees are generally subject to the laws of the city and state where they are physically located and perform work. Depending on state law and conflict of law principles, there may be exceptions for employees who are temporarily located in a state or not considered “based” within a state. But certainly for those who intend to continue to work from a different state on a more long-term basis, its likely that a particular state’s laws could apply.

And the challenges created by remote work are ones that are unlikely to disappear any time soon. Statistical projections show that by the end of 2022 remote work will make up about 25% of all jobs in North America. Notably, in 2021, about 67% of white-collar workers worked either partially or exclusively from home and almost 98% of remote workers surveyed said they would like to work remotely at least some of the time for the rest of their careers.

This desire to work remotely combined with the challenges in hiring and retaining workers that many employers are experiencing, makes it likely that employers will have to continue to grapple with if and how to incorporate remote work into their current structure, including how to effectively monitor employee performance and the employment laws that may be triggered related to this unique work environment.

Participants in this webinar will learn:

• The pros and cons of a fully remote or hybrid work environment
• Challenges with monitoring and reviewing employee performance
• Legal implications for employees who work remotely in other states
• Unique legal issues related to remote workers

Feb 22, 2023 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Lindsay A. DiSalvo
Partner, Labor • Employment and OSHA • Workplace Safety Practice Groups, Conn Maciel Carey LLP
Lindsay A. DiSalvo is a partner in both Conn Maciel Carey LLP's national OSHA • Workplace Safety Practice Group and Labor and Employment Group, where she focuses her practice on all aspects of occupational safety & health law. Ms. DiSalvo represents employers in inspections, investigations and enforcement actions involving OSHA, the Chemical Safety Board, MSHA, EPA and state and local safety related agencies. She also handles all aspects of OSHA litigation, from criminal prosecutions to appeals of citations.
Darius Rohani-Shukla
Associate, Labor • Employment and OSHA • Workplace Safety Practice Groups, Conn Maciel Carey LLP
Darius Rohani-Shukla is an Associate in the firm’s Labor • Employment and OSHA • Workplace Safety Practice Groups in Washington, DC. Mr. Rohani-Shukla brings experience handling all aspects of litigation at a practice focused specifically on United States federal employment laws. He also supports clients on a multitude of occupational safety and health law issues, including counseling on compliance with OSHA rules and standards, and representing employers in OSHA inspections, investigations, and enforcement actions.